This October my husband and I loaded up the Suburban and packed up our RV travel trailer and hit the road, this time driving cross country to the desert southwest. I’m sharing my favorite pictures on my blog this week, so be sure to visit daily to see some amazing sites! Today we’re on the road headed west.
Road Trip 2014: From East to West
Early morning in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. I love the “corner” cloud!
I-64 in West Virginia
A horse farm visible from I-64 in Kentucky
Indiana skyscape over I-64
Illinois farm visible from I-64
Crossing the Mississipi River into St. Louis, Missouri
You just don’t see these like you used to.
Folks, this is a grainery–one of many–in Kansas. We’re farmers and have seen plenty, but nothing on this scale. The capacity here is unfathomable.
A broken windmill visible from I-70 in Kansas.
Wide-open Kansas and the makings of a storm that nearly blew us off the road.
The approach of a weather front in Kansas. You’re looking west down I-70 and the front is approaching from the north.
When this front hit us, the digital temperature readout on my vehicle dropped 20 degrees almost instantly. Traffic that had been going 70mph slowed to a crawl as the midday sky turned black and sudden wind gusts hit us broadside and nearly knocked us off the road. Fortunately it was a short lived event that resulted in…
Gorgeous rainbow after a freak Kansas storm. It was actually a double rainbow, but the second one didn’t show up in the pictures.
Another shot of the rainbow with the storm behind it.